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4 killed in California bus crash

A tour bus crash with a big rig and two vehicles in California early Wednesday killed four people and injured nearly two dozen others near the Arizona border, according to the California Highway Patrol.

eBay hacked, customers must reset passwords

Hackers quietly broke into eBay two months ago and stole a database full of user information, the online auction site revealed Wednesday.

Two boys arrested, accused of putting poison in teacher's water bottle

Two New York City fourth-graders were arrested Tuesday after allegedly putting poison in a teacher's water bottle, police said.

It's not looking good for Target

The tough times at Target continue. First it was the customer data breach in December. Now it's a fired CEO and lackluster profits for the start of 2014.

BART settles civil rights suit related to Grant killing for $175,000

A California transit authority has agreed to pay damages to five men who were detained with Oscar Grant, the victim of a high-profile fatal police shooting in 2009.

Obama to make Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks a national monument

Half a million acres will be protected Wednesday when President Barack Obama establishes the Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.

Cop, paramedic, scoutmaster among arrests in child porn bust

They are people children are supposed to trust: A New York Police Department officer, a Fire Department of New York paramedic, a rabbi and a scoutmaster were among more than 70 people arrested in a major child porn bust, a U.S.

App lets you customize sneakers with Instagram pics

In case your social feeds aren't enough of a platform, you can now take a selfie and print it -- on your sneakers.

2018 Super Bowl to be played in Minnesota

The 2018 Super Bowl will be played in Minneapolis, the National Football League announced Tuesday.

Marine dead after falling from plane during training exercise

A Marine who fell from an aircraft during a training exercise was found dead late Tuesday afternoon, the Marines reported.